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Delphi fill TEdit boxes in cycle instead of edit1.text:=''; edit2.text:='' etc.

Posted on 2003-11-03
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Hello. Could somebody help me with this ?

For example:  I have 100 TEdit boxes.(edit1,edit2,edit3...)  I want to fill all boxes with string 'abc'.  Is it possible to do it in a cycle ?

Thx.
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For a:=1 to 100 do
  TEdit(form1.findcomponent('Edit'+inttostr(a))).Text:='abc';
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It works fine. Thx
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